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Freehand Press

  • US US-IaGG Archives/RG-S-1.16
  • Series
  • 1987-1998
  • Part of RG-S: Students

Historical Note: The Freehand Press was a student-run, campus publication in which students could showcase their own short stories, poetry, illustrations, photographs, and other works of art. It operated from 1987 until it merged with the Grinnell Review in the 1998-99 academic year. Provenance: Donated to the Archives by Joe Heads, May 11, 1999.

Grinnell College Anti-War Alliance

  • US US-IaGG Archives/RG-S-1.21
  • Series
  • October 2002- May 2003
  • Part of RG-S: Students

Mission Statement: While actively opposing the U.S. mobilization for war, non-violently, the Anti-War alliance is guided by three main goals. 1) Maintain Visibility - To maintain a presence on campus and in the town of Grinnell and keep the issue of war in Iraq prominent. 2) Education and Outreach - Fostering dialogue, conversation, and education on the issue 3) Participate in State and National Networks - Be part of a larger national movement Historical Note: The Grinnell College Anti-War Alliance existed from October of 2002 to May of 2003. The Grinnell Anti-War Alliance was created to oppose to U.S. military action in Iraq because they were unconvinced that Iraq posed a threat worthy of U.S. military intervention. According to Eli Zigas, by the end of spring 2003, the anti-war alliance had an e-mail distribution list of 220 people. There was also overlap with the faculty anti-war group which was started by Bob Grey and maintained by David Ellison. The student group had about 25-30 active members. The materials in the collection encompass both information collected by the group to use as resources, information put out by the group, and documentation of a few of their events. The Update and Digest is an extensive, approximately weekly, online notice to members of the Anti-War Alliance about events and news relating to the group's purpose. Provenance: Donated to the Archives by Eli Zigas, coordinator of the group, in 2004.

Grinnell College Radio Programs

Typescripts of scripts transcribed at Grinnell College and broadcast weekly over WOI, Ames Iowa from October 17, 1944 to May 27, 1946.

Grinnell College Radio Programs

Typescripts of scripts transcribed at Grinnell College and broadcast weekly over WOI, Ames Iowa from June 3, 1946 to December 1, 1947.

Grinnell College Radio Programs

Typescripts of scripts transcribed at Grinnell College and broadcast weekly over WOI, Ames Iowa from December 1, 1947 to February 14, 1949.

Grinnell College Radio Programs

Typescripts of scripts transcribed at Grinnell College and broadcast weekly over WOI, Ames Iowa from February 14, 1949 to February 21, 1950.

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